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Every Ram has a story, and we want to hear yours

VCU Alumni has embarked on a project to collect the stories of alumni, in your own words, in partnership with PCI, a Dallas-based business that publishes directories and history books for educational institutions across the nation. These stories will be published in a book that celebrates the impact of Virginia Commonwealth University and its founding […]

Summer send-offs welcome VCU’s newest students

VCU’s summer send-offs are a great opportunity for incoming students to learn from alumni and current students and their families about VCU and what it means to be a Ram. Virtual send-off New students, transfer students, alumni, family and friends are invited to celebrate the Class of 2025 and incoming transfer students via Zoom. The […]

Celebrating alumni nurses during National Nurses Month

During National Nurses Month this May, VCU Alumni extends a special thanks to our alumni nurses, as they continue to provide the highest level of quality care to their patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. The American Nurses Association first declared May 6-12 as National Nurses Week in 1993 “to recognize the vast contributions and positive […]

Level Up Learning series

Learning doesn’t stop after you receive your degree. Join VCU Alumni and the VCU Center for Corporate Education this summer for professional development that really packs a punch. The Level Up Learning series focuses on actionable professional growth. Attend one or all four, to suit your needs. Enroll in all four Level Up courses and save $40 on the series. Negotiating Your Future […]

April offers a special salute, but VCU values its volunteers daily

By Cynthia McMullen (M.A.’89/H&S) Established in 1991, National Volunteer Month — an annual event that pays tribute to the dedicated, caring people without whom many organizations could not exist — is celebrating its big 3-0. At VCU, “Alumni volunteers are the backbone of our alumni community,” says Elizabeth Bass (M.S.W.’03/SW), assistant vice president for alumni […]

Your @alumni.vcu.edu questions answered

This information applies only to alumni who graduated from VCU since 2009 with a Google @mymail.vcu.edu account. If you are impacted, you would have received an email from Doctor Gee. Will messages sent to my @vcu.edu and @mymail.vcu.edu email arrive in my @alumni.vcu.edu account? Yes, your current VCU email will be forwarded to your @alumni.vcu.edu […]

Alumna’s book helps preschoolers navigate the COVID-19 crisis

Sherri Rose (B.S.’75/N) spent a successful career as a family and pediatric nurse practitioner and hospice and palliative care nurse. Since retiring, she has become a writer and recently published the children’s book “The Teensy Weensy Virus.” She discusses what led her to write a book and how her nursing background has influenced her writing. Can […]

Adulting 101 Series

Whether you are gearing up to just begin your post-college journey or you are just in need of a few life skills refresher, this free webinar series, in partnership with the VACU Financial Success Center at VCU, gives you the life hacks you need in order to ADULT. Register for the final session of the spring series. […]

Paying it forward: Former mentee in the AAAC Mentoring Circle returns the rewards as a mentor

As a sophomore at Virginia Commonwealth University, Marcus Momon (B.S.’17/B) knew where he wanted to land in his career but wasn’t sure how his academic journey would get him there. The Leesburg, Virginia, native was studying business administration management in the School of Business but also had an interest in the business of sport leadership.  […]

Pitching for a new future: Entrepreneurial alumnus’s climate-friendly business wins VCU Alumni Pitch Competition

By Brelyn Powell Within a year of graduating from Virginia Commonwealth University, Elliot Roth (B.S.’15/En; Cert.’15/DVC) founded Spira Inc., a food technology company that creates replacements for artificial colorants and animal proteins in food, cosmetic and textile products using spirulina algae.  The Los Angeles-based company that Roth started in a garage in Richmond, Virginia, produces […]

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